Another attempt at a letterhead. Or is it a footer?
Here's the Olivetti Lettera 32 photographed with the 'Dramatic' filter setting.
Here's the first issue of 'Premiere' magazine that I bought in April 1990.
And here's the last issue from April 2007 when this great magazine folded. And I had every issue in between.
The Lettera 32 was my first typewriter. This Olympia SM9 is my latest. I had to wrap up this post as soon as the sun began to shine. There was a fence outside that needed painting.
And the same picture again with the filter set to 'Key Line' to make it look nifty and cartoon-like.
The watch in the picture up above is my circa 1962 Omega Seamaster. No way was I gonna wear this watch while painting. I had it on one day when I came off my (mountain) bike. Instinctively, I covered the watch with my right hand as I fell.
So, if there's any risk of damage, I tend to switch to this Seiko Automatic (Model No. SKX031). Timekeeping-wise, it's a little bit...'relaxed'. It can gain or lose anywhere from 15 to 30 seconds per day, but these things will run twenty years without necessarily requiring a service. You could probably clamp this watch around a hand-grenade and pull the pin and it will still tick afterwards.